God Forgives ... I Don't (1968)

God Forgives ... I Don't (1968)





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In this grim spaghetti western a murderous robber hijacks a payroll train, murders everyone aboard and then stashes his loot. A gunslinger learns about it and decides he wants the money for himself and so hatches an elaborate plot to get at it. He lures the crook into a rigged poker game, and afterward a gunfight ensues. The quick-drawing gunman makes short work of the robber, then teams up with an insurance agent to look for the hidden fortune. Unbeknownst to them, the robber had an ace up his sleeve and didn't really die during the showdown. As soon as he can, he and his gang ride out for two-fisted, blood-soaked revenge.
R (for western violence and some bloody images)
Action & Adventure , Classics , Western
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Bud Spencer
as Earp Hargitay
Terence Hill
as Cat Stevens
Frank Wolff
as Bill San Antonio
Tito Garcia
as Tam-Tam
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Critic Reviews for God Forgives ... I Don't

All Critics (1)

It would be too generous to call this revolting Spaghetti Western just an appetite killer.

Full Review… | September 19, 2010
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Audience Reviews for God Forgives ... I Don't


Frank Wolff gives a truly creepy and inspired performance as the big bad, Dead Man Bill San Antonio. Between the perfectly curved red lines of his beard, he mugs and pouts like a real tight psycho. At first I worried that his Dead Man would come off too campy and hard to look at, but he embodies dangerous menace perfectly. While Terence Hill's Pretty Face is sun burnt and dust coated for most of the movie, taking a page from the Franco Nero rule book, the intensity of his baby blues are sharpened by the filthy realism of flesh in the desert. Poor Bud Spencer does not have a lot to do in this one, but does get to carry some stuff around like a mule and sock a few people with his ham paws. Pretty tightly plotted too, for a no script spagett western.

R.John Xerxes
R.John Xerxes

Aside from a very well made opening sequence, this was a bore. The conflict between Hill and Wolff is never well developed, there's not enough background to their grudge. There's no particular visual style going on here. overall just for fans of Hill and Spencer, who seem to hold this one rather too high.

Tsubaki Sanjuro
Tsubaki Sanjuro

Super Reviewer

One of many collaberations between Terrence Hill and Bud Spencer. This movie differs from the Trinity spaghetti westerns, which I love because of their humor. This movie is a more dark and violent western. It's not as good as the Clint Eastwood westerns or Once Upon a Time in the West, but entertaining nonetheless.

Phillip Renke
Phillip Renke

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